Loleata Wigall, M.S., CCC-A, FAAA, joins our practice after a successful career in private practice. She began dispensing hearing aids at Hunterdon Medical Center in 1976, Flemington, NJ & was the first audiologist in NJ to dispense out of a hospital setting.
In 1989, she purchased a private practice and was appointed to the Board of Registration for Hearing Instrument Specialists in 1998, while also servicing as Chairperson of New England Hearing Health Convention for 3 years, Chairperson of Massachusetts Speech, Language and Hearing Convention one year.
Loleata received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Redlands and her master’s degree in Audiology from Bradley University in 1974. She is a member of both ASHA and AAA.
According to Loleata, “I enjoy helping patients with new technology to improve their quality of life, and give them better hearing and better relationship with their families and friends. Patients become friends who happen to wear hearing aids.”